A Seattle Web entrepreneur was visiting a knickknack store in Hong Kong and came across an old leather-bound journal with photos of young men and writings in Chinese. It looked like a school yearbook from the 1940s. He bought it for a minimal sum, scanned the pages and posted them onto the Web, inviting people to comment on the images.
"Perhaps together we can discover (or perhaps imagine) the story behind the owner of this almost lost journal," wrote Hillel Cooperman, who created the Web site and is a founder of Web services company JacksonFish.com.
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